LFD AUDIO: Preferred LFD Audio amplification for Harbeth 30.1

Soon I will have Harbeth m30.1  and which amp do you prefer for classical music LFD zero le mk 1v or signature ? My personal preference, in the circumstances you describe is the lower priced Zero IV. I can’t explain why, but that’s the way I ‘feel’ it. If I were a ‘civilian’ albeit know Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Can their NCSE sort out the Harbeth 40.1 “bass bump”?

I have been seeking for my audio nirvana and came across your name and company. I want to finally settle down with my hifi system and start to listen to the music. My system is based around Harbeth Monitor 40.1 (powered by Karan KAI 180) and I am experiencing exactly the same problem as you Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Zero LE III into 4 ohm speakers in general and Sonus Faber in particular

Howard – would the Zero Mk III and its 60wpc output be enough to work with 4ohm speakers? I am thinking of pairing it with Sonus Faber Cremona Auditor M bookshelf speakers. LFD amplification works effortlessly into 4 ohm speakers and is a particularly fine match with SF speakers in general and the Cremona in Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Driving Volent Paragon VL 2 speakers

I have Volent Paragon VL 2 speakers (review at 6moons http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/volent/volent.html — I’d be interested to know your thoughts on whether these will be well-matched with the Mk5. Hi. I looked at the review (thank you) and saw nothing to indicate anything other than a wondrous synergy. Being of a cautious nature where other people’s Read More →